Government officials suspect another whistle-blower is leaking documents from the National Security Agency to The Intercept; the left's concern with ideology over beauty may be destroying art; meanwhile, Toledo, Ohio's water contamination may finally change Republicans' attitudes toward the environment. These discoveries and more after the jump.
Distribution centers and store shelves were emptied of bottled water after Ohio's fourth-largest city told residents not to drink from its water supply, citing contamination by toxins possibly from algae on Lake Erie.
One week ahead of Occupy Wall Street’s call for “A Day Without the 99%,” The Nation Institute’s John Nichols talks about the historical importance of the general strike—a powerful tool for protest that helped make possible the rights that American workers have long enjoyed.
Among the contests getting much more attention this Super Tuesday, Rep. Dennis Kucinich is fighting a primary battle in Ohio to stay in the House of Representatives.
President Obama went over to Toledo, Ohio, to thank the workers at a Chrysler plant for the bailed-out auto industry's newfound profitability, but, as this video attests, the workers of that community are not feeling the love from Obama's corporate welfare.